Alexander Holley Society

The Alexander Holley Society was established in 2011 in honor of Alexander Lyman Holley (1832 - 1882), a mechanical engineer who helped found ASME and revolutionized steel production in the United States. It recognizes the leadership of individuals who make an annual commitment of $1,000 or more to the ASME Foundation. A heartfelt thank you to our current Alexander Holley Society members. Join us and change the world through engineering – contact the foundation for more information or make a $1000+ donation today.


Holley Society Benefits

  • Special recognition as a Holley Society member on the ASME Foundation’s website and annual donor report

  • Exclusive invitations from ASME Executive Director

  • Invitations to special programs and events

  • Alexander Holley Society recognition lapel pin


A Special thanks to:

Frank Adamek
Michael Adams
Ibrahim Ashie
Jere Austin
Ken & Ruth Ann Balkey
Peter Behr
Richard Benson
Delfo Bianchini
William Borter
D. Stephen Bottorff
Betty Bowersox
Jennifer Brock
James Buchwald
Daniel Campau
Nicholas Cedrone
Eleanor Chew
Richard Cogswell
Ravindra Deshpande
Pete Deubler
Warren DeVries
Jon Ebacher
Martin Egler
Bryan Erler
Albert Ferrari

 

Alvin Filstrup
Kenneth Fisher
James Force
Stewart Fox
Luis Gominho
Bobby Grimes
Krishna Gupta
Edwin Hahlbeck
John Hallquist
Mitchell Hatai
Mark Hereth
Regina Hoffmann
Jennifer Jewers Bowlin
Jerry Lee
James Lemke
Robert Malahy
Robert Manross
Webb Marner
Thomas Marshall
Donald McConnell
Christian Meszaros
C. Dan Mote
Veerendra Mulay
 Zachary Parnell

Henry Peelle
Thomas Pestorius
Albert Peterson
Ronald Pezon
Robert Reckley
Ian Savaya
Douglas Scarth
Eric Sherrard
Robert & Kay Simmons
Robert Skaggs
Susan Skemp
Stuart Speyer
William Stenzel
Raphael Susnowitz
Keith & Ruthie Thayer
Samuel Thomas
Robert Thresher
James Traversi
Thomas Tsotsis
William Van De Graaff
William Wepfer
Frank White